|11-05-2012 01:58 PM|
|wrc_fan||Thanks, unfortunately I can't claim credit for the origin though.|
|11-03-2012 09:39 PM|
Thanks for the info.
Btw, I love your sig. "Hella Functional - Raced, Not Hard Parked"
|10-31-2012 08:42 AM|
Well, you're on the right track if you want to lower the car and still do ok at autox. ST and HR are both good options.
Stuff I see as doing it wrong includes: cutting springs, doing springs but no damping, springs with poor damping, and springs that are not stiff enough for the suspension travel available.
|10-31-2012 08:41 AM|
|GodLovesUgly||Well if you're not lowering it for autocross, then any coilover on the market would be fine for the occasional autocross/track day. Both of the ones you posted will handle this and more.|
|10-31-2012 07:42 AM|
|thisisbenji||I probably will run it first. But I'm not planning on doing anything to it because of autox I just want to make sure what I do doesn't screw it up.|
|10-31-2012 07:23 AM|
My first recommendation is finding out how your car runs stock, first.
If you can't leave it alone :P I would go ST coilovers, camber plates and a rear sway bar. And tires, get some good tires. Otherwise it won't matter what suspension you have.
|10-30-2012 08:46 PM|
I forgot to mention in my first post that I plan on doing the STF class.
Also I was looking at the different coilover options and was wondering if I would be okay doing one of these.
I'd rather go with the STs as they are cheaper, that is unless the H&Rs are substantially better.
|10-26-2012 09:40 AM|
2012 Focus SE Suspension
I'm looking into lowering my car, the only thing is I do plan on doing some autox with it so I want to make sure I lower it right.
Anyways what do you guys think the best bang for my buck setup would be?
I was thinking some combination of front and rear sway bars plus coilovers. Yet, I wouldn't be opposed to going the springs plus dampers route instead of coils.